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The Slack group at Capital Mind Premium has been extremely active and if you haven’t been there (Premium subscribers only), pop us a note by replying to this email.
A brief summary of some of the interesting things discussed there in the last few days:
The model goods and services tax (GST) draft has raised questions on whether capital market transactions would be subject to an additional tax. (Link)
Domestic institutions including state-run behemoth LIC saved the day for Indian markets on June 20, as overseas investors pressed sell-button amid ‘Rexit’ jitters to take out over Rs 2,837 crore from Indian markets — the highest single-day outflow so far this fiscal. (Link)
In what is likely to appease the pro-growth lobby, Japanese brokerage Nomura has opined that most names being considered to fill the post of RBI Governor have a neutral-to-dovish stance on fighting inflation, unlike the incumbent Raghuram Rajan whose hawkishness is well known. (Link)
An appraisal report prepared by the investigation wing of the I-T department has also found that Asaram, through his followers, allegedly ran a lending scheme that offered cash loans. (Link)
Outgoing Governor Raghuram Rajan today rejected suggestions for RBI to infuse its surplus funds to capitalise ailing public sector banks — proposed by CEA Arvind Subramanian — saying it is a “non-transparent” idea that can create “conflicts of interest”.(Link)
Hedge-fund partner Sanjay Valvani, who was charged with insider trading last week, was found dead in what police are investigating as an apparent suicide, says a report from the Vanity Fair.
The news report quoting a spokesperson from the New York Police Department (NYPD) says police were called to his Brooklyn home on Monday night where they found a note and a knife near his body. He reportedly suffered a self-inflicted slash to his neck. (Link)
Bihar’s prohibition has led to “liquor tourists” who visit the wetter pastures in nearby states. (Link)
Tata Motors-owned Jaguar Land Rover on Thursday began recalling more than 11,000 vehicles in China due to faulty crankshaft sensors, China’s quality watchdog said.
The recall affects 6,067 imported Land Rover Discovery 4 SUVs manufactured between April 2012 and October 2012. (Link)
Obama on free trade, regulating banks, and why his daughters won’t work for Wall Street.(Link)
Hedgers and punters in commodity futures could soon get to trade options in gold, silver, soyabean and guar seed once Sebi approves the launch of the new products in around three-four months, three persons aware of the development told ET. Also, portfolio management services (PMS) could be approved by the regulator in due course, they added. (Link)
Average YTD return dwarfed to a mere 60 basis points on Monday against 7.4% till a day before. (Link)
After rejecting the union, Brexiters must choose between an exit from the single market and a half-in, half-out purgatory. (Link)
Many huge questions are raised by the EU referendum result.
In Scotland the biggest and most pressing question is whether this vote could spell the breakup of the UK and hasten the day we see an independent Scotland. (Link)
Spain will seek co-sovereignty on Gibraltar following Britain’s vote to leave the European Union, acting foreign minister Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo said on Friday, saying the vote completely changed the outlook on the future of the peninsula. (Link)
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